Woo-hoo! We just got Cooking for Geeks
in the mail. You can view it as a cookbook that takes time to delve into the science of the recipes or a food science book with demonstrative recipes. Or maybe an introduction to everything that food geeks know about, but everyone else wishes they did. It also has a series of interviews with geeks, chefs and scientists– including us, but I’m not sure which of those categories we fit into. Regardless, we enjoyed talking with Jeff about the book and are happy to see it out in print!
The cover design with splatter marks and stains means less worry when it gets spilled on in the process of cooking (not that I’ve ever worried about that with any of my other cookbooks).
Most pages have ample room for margin notes, which is something I’m fond of for recipe alterations. It flops open on the counter well, too.
We got a nice shoutout from Jeff on NPR’s Science Friday
last week for the laser cut pie crust from our Apple pie
, which is featured in the book along with our electrocuted hot dogs
. Thanks, Jeff, and congrats on getting the book out there!